Transferring designs with Press ‘n Seal

Quilting by hand is probably what I enjoy the most of the whole quilting experience. It is the moment to center myself and quiet my soul. I find it incredibly relaxing, and it is a form of prayer for me. Unfortunately, I wouldn’t get much done if I hand quilted all my projects, so lately I have been trying to improve my machine quilting skills. Small projects like the placemats made a couple of days ago are a good place to practice!

Perhaps you have heard of other quilters using Glad Press ‘n Seal (PnS) for transferring quilting designs. Some people love it, and others hate it. I’m in the group of those who love it. So much so that even though it is not available in my country, it is one of those products I have people bring down for me when visiting.

This week I’ve been working on two quilting projects, one by machine and one by hand. For both I used PnS to transfer my quilting designs. And so I thought I would share a tutorial on how I use PnS to transfer quilting designs in two different ways. For the full tutorial, please click here.

This entry was posted in Tutorials. |Comments closed

5 Comments

  1. Posted June 12, 2010 at 5:20 pm | Permalink

    Great tutorial, Angie. Now I know what to get you for Christmas! 😉

  2. Posted June 14, 2010 at 5:40 pm | Permalink

    Enjoy having your daughter and neice home for a visit. Thanks for sharing this cute quilt with owls. Love it!

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  3. Leeann
    Posted June 14, 2010 at 6:47 pm | Permalink

    I have seen the sew through it method but not the making a stencil and using ponce method so thanks. The ponce methosd looks really good

  4. Posted July 15, 2010 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

    Angie this tutorial is so good! Would you mind if I put a link to it on my blog? With full credit to you of course. My quilt group has been talking about using press and seal, and yours are the best instructions I have seen.

  5. Posted July 19, 2010 at 11:37 am | Permalink

    Leeann, you should certainly feel free to link! Am really glad you find this useful. It, too, took me a while to figure out how best to use this product, and now it’s way up there on my list, along with freezer paper!

  • Angie Padilla

    I am a self-learner. I taught myself to sew and to quilt. And I taught myself how to draw. I am learning how to dye my own fabrics and am dabbling with mixed media. I am a quilt designer and teacher, and design and publish my own line of quilt patterns. With this blog I would like to share the bits and pieces of my life.

  • Visit our Websites for Hundreds of Patterns!

    2014-008
  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Join our Mailing List

  • Angie’s BOMs

    Ad Square Ad Square
  • Recent Posts

  • Find More of Angie’s Patterns Here

  • Creative Video Workshops on Creativebug.com
  • Craftsy
  • Pattern Spot dot com
  • Craftsy Deals!

  • Recent Comments